A beautiful stately Ghostgum, this 8-10 (20) metre tree grows from Broome to most points north, and East to the Edgar Range and East Kimberley. A slightly weeping habit, clusters of white flowers and a smooth white trunk are the main features. One of several species once called Eucalyptus papuana. This tree can be difficult to identify from Corymbia paractia and Corymbia flavescens.
The latter two images were from Sturt Creek near Bililuna.